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Old 13-11-2008, 02:01 PM
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Default Cheapest Areas in UK for property prices

Wondering if a website exists that can show where the cheapest property prices are in the UK?
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Old 01-12-2008, 05:48 PM
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What are you actually after, just information, possible rental properties?

North are where the cheapest houses are at in general, alot of its down to the specific area though - you'll find areas with Universities local are cheap, because of the student lets.
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Do you want to buy or let?
Best to search on the top property portals, you should get a good idea of the cheapest places to rent/buy
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Wondering if a website exists that can show where the cheapest property prices are in the UK?
I can't think of any reason why someone would buy property at "cheapest" prices - not least, because price is local-dependent and therefore relative.

The "cheapest" average prices are in Scotland, but that's probably because of the huge council estates sprawling out from Glasgow and pocketing the rest of Scotland.
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Depends on what you are looking for and a rough idea of area, the UK covers a lot of different counties etc.
Certain areas in the northwest are cheap...Depends on type of house/accomodation, size etc and whether you wish to live in a council area or private.
example being ; a three bed terrace on my town (chorley) range from 75,000 - 120,000 approx......but just down the road in wigan/leigh area the same sort of house could be 55,000 - 75,000.
You would have to be more specific. And look at reasons why an area is cheaper too!
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There are sites that give you the actual sales figures - taken from land registry so very accurate - for properties in their actual post code areas if that would be of any help?
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I think if I remember rightly you can check local average house prices on find a property.
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there is a site that gives real sales figures for property sales, you can search by post code, when i find the link i will post it here.
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I have visited a website recently it showed the average prices of houses in a certain area eg. east midland I will try and find the site and post it here if i do find it !
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Old 18-04-2009, 03:55 PM
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google is your best bet, and half an hour looking through the house prices sites that pop up there
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